Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has denied reports linking him to a move to Sky Bet Championship’s Sheffield Wednesday club.
Musa is a free agent after breaking ties with the Al Nassr club of the Saudi Arabian Professional League.
The winger insists he wants to return to top-notch football and is not interested in moving to Sheffield Wednesday.
Musa also reflected on his time with the English Premier League club Leicester City.
The 28-year-old scored five goals in 33 appearances with the Foxes.
“For some reasons, things didn’t really work out [at Leicester]But you can’t focus too much on the past, ”he said.
“I’d rather try to write a better story if another opportunity to play in the Premier League presents itself.”
Musa has now been heavily linked with a return to the English Premier League and Russian giants CSKA Moscow, where he is highly revered for scoring 61 times and creating 33 assists in 184 games in two spells.
Newspaper reports also reported that the clubs of Turkish giants Galatasaray and Fenerbahce are interested in signing the Super Eagle.
He declined to confirm or deny media reports in England, Russia and Turkey linking him to different top-tier clubs.
“It is true that there is a genuine interest from different clubs, but my agent Tony [Harris] He is the one who is managing that, ”added Musa.
“He knows what I want and I also know that I want to play at the highest level at this stage of my professional career.
“I said when I left Saudi Arabia that my greatest wish is to challenge myself competitively at the highest level at both club and national level.
“I kept staying fit for the next challenge and that’s the only mindset I need right now.
“But, like all the players who represent the country, I want to play at the highest level.”